Khrushchev's Second Government

The former government of Nikita Khrushchev was dissolved following the Soviet election of 1962.[1]

Khrushchev II
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18th Government of Soviet Union
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Date formed25 April 1962 (1962-04-25)
Date dissolved15 October 1964 (1964-10-15)
People and organisations
Head of governmentNikita Khrushchev
History
Election(s)1962 legislative election
PredecessorKhrushchev I
SuccessorKosygin I

MinistriesEdit

Ministry Minister Period
Chairman of the Council of Ministers Nikita Khrushchev 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
First Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Anastas Mikoyan 25 April 1962–15 July 1964
Alexei Kosygin 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Dmitriy Ustinov 13 March 1963–15 October 1964
Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers Konstantin Rudnev 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Nikolai Ignatyev 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Aleksandr Zasyadko 25 April 1962–9 November 1962
Pyotr Lomako 10 November 1962 – 15 October 1964
Vladimir Novikov 25 April 1962 – 24 November 1962
Dmitry Ustinov 25 April 1962 – 13 March 1963
Leonid Smirnov 13 March 1963–13 March 1964
Veniamin Dymshitz 17 July 1962–13 March 1964
Dmitry Polyansky 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Alexander Shelepin 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Ignaty Novikov 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Mikhail Lesechko 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Foreign Trade Nikolai Patolichev 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Railways Boris Beshchev 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Merchant Marine Viktor Bakayev 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Medium Machine Building Yefim Slavsky 25 April 1962–13 March 1963
Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrei Gromyko 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Culture Yekaterina Furtseva 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Higher Education Vyacheslav Yelyutin 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Finance Vasily Garbuzov 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Defence Rodion Malinovsky 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Communications Nikolai Psurtsev 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Health Sergei Kurashov 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Agriculture Konstantin Pysin 25 April 1962–8 March 1963
Ivan Volovchenko 8 March 1963 – 15 October 1964
Minister of Geology Aleksandr Sidorenko 25 April 1962–13 March 1963
Minister of Energy and Electrification Ignaty Novikov 25 April 1962–24 November 1962
Pyotr Neporozhny 26 November 1962–15 October 1964
Minister of Civil Aviation Yevgeny Loginov 28 July – 15 October 1964

CommitteesEdit

Committee Chairman Period
Chairman of the State Control Commission Georgi Yenyutin 25 April–24 November 1962
Chairman of the People's Control Commission Alexander Shelepin 24 November 1962–15 October 1964
Chairman of the State Planning Committee Vladimir Novikov 25 April 1962–17 July 1962
Veniamin Dymshitz 18 July 1962–24 November 1962
Pyotr Lomako 24 November 1962–15 October 1964
Chairman of the State Committee for Transport Construction Yevgeny Kozhevnikov 25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Chairman of the State Committee for State Security (KGB) Vladimir Semichastny 25 April 1962–15 October 1964

ReferencesEdit

General
  • Government of the Soviet Union > List
    • "Governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (1964–1991)". elisa.net. Archived from the original on February 24, 2012. Retrieved September 12, 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
Specific
  1. ^ "Governments of the RSFSR and the USSR (1918–1964)". elisa.net. Archived from the original on 16 July 2011. Retrieved 29 January 2011. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
Government offices
Preceded by
Khrushchev I
Governments of the Soviet Union
25 April 1962–15 October 1964
Succeeded by
Kosygin I